Halibut Sterling Silver Wrap Cuff Bracelet | Nature Jewelry

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7.3 in x 0.9 in
Sterling Silver

Designed by former Tlingit Chief Bill Wilson, this Halibut Sterling Silver Wrap Cuff Bracelet is inspired by Northwest Native American tradition.  A life-long fisherman, trapper, and hunter and member of the Choo Ka Na Dee Clan, Wilson mastered the art of carving totem poles and engraving bracelets under the instruction of his father. In Tlingit imagery, the halibut figure is represented as an abundant food source and often carved into feast dishes. The more detailed and elaborate a dish, the more highly ranked the owner. A symbol of abundance, this Halibut Sterling Silver Wrap Bracelet is a cuff-style piece that pays homage to Tlingit tradition in elegant style.

  • Crafted with careful detail from .925 Sterling Silver
  • Includes gift box
  • Made in the USA

About Metal Arts Group

Our collection of Metal Arts Group Jewelry brings you an offering of the finest earrings, necklaces, and bracelets inspired by nature's diverse design and includes the work of wildlife artists Jody Bergsma, Barry Burger, Sue Coccia, Judie Frisbie, Kayla Shadow, and more. In 1895 ambitious jeweler and entrepreneur Joseph Mayer sailed from Europe to New York Harbor to build a new life in the United States. An adventurer at heart, he first journeyed to Seattle, WA, at the cusp of the Great Klondike. He struck gold and soon built one of the finest and largest jewelry companies in the United States. Though the company name has since changed from Joseph Mayer & Bros. Inc. to Metal Arts Group, Joseph Mayer's inspiring legacy leaves a lasting mark on the American Jewelry Industry.

Metal Arts Group Jewelry is designed in the USA by a team of exceptional artists with the thought of appealing to a very wide range of tastes and cultures.  Whether single pieces or ensembles you will find a contemporary flair from Celtic and Quilt patterns combined with western and Northwest Coast Native American work.


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